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Thornton City Council opposes water rate recommendations

The Thornton City Council made clear at a Feb. 9 planning session that it won’t be approving a 4 percent increase in residential water rates and a maximum $15,000 increase in tap fees. Many … more

No deal on Westminster water rates

Westminster City Council made it clear that there are two sides who still feel very different about water rates during a Jan. 28 study session, One side is adamant about lowering rates, the other … more

Westminster recall group sues city over petitions

The Westminster Water Warriors, a group of residents trying to recall four city councilors, filed a lawsuit Jan. 6. against the city over petitions it filed in October. The filing is a last … more

The Count goes on: How long before we know the winner?

In keeping with the world of electronics, algorithms, mega computers and a thirst for instant results, Americans expect to know the outcome of an election the same night, right after the polls close … more

In Westminster recall, counting begins

Leaders of an effort to recall four members of the Westminster City Council finished their summer project Oct. 30, wheeling four boxes of petitions and signatures challenge four City Council seats … more

A season of discontent: Political unrest grows in Westminster

Political unrest is a national past time in America these days. Starting at the macro level, Westminster is a sliver of the national uproar and rhetoric regarding both the presidential and Colorado … more

Westminster water sessions begin

Equal parts communication seminar and a primer on public works, the Westminster City Council kicked off a series of meetings detailing how water rates are set. During the two-hour Zoom video … more

Westminster schedules water utility reviews

Westminster’s deep dive into the water utilities, water rates and how costs are figured out will kick off Oct. 8 with the first of a series of virtual meetings. “Our facilitator has proposed an … more

Something in the water: A key ingredient in Westminster politics

If you enjoy and focus on local history like I do, you know that water has played a key role in Westminster’s political history. There was the “Mothers’ March on City Hall” in the early … more

Water rates prompt recall push

Saying they are fed up with high water bills, a group of residents kicked of a recall of three City Councilors and Mayor Herb Atchison Aug. 31. Residents Jessica True, Gary Shea and Deb Teter filed … more
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